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Target"s corporate governance and bank merger payoff

Elijah Brewer

Target"s corporate governance and bank merger payoff

by Elijah Brewer

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Published by Research Division, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Kansas City [Mo.] .
Written in English


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Commercial bank merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions are especially informative for analyzing the impact of differing corporate governance structures on the balance of corporate control between managers and shareholders. We exploit these special characteristics to investigate the balance of control between top-tier managers and shareholders using data from bank M&A transactions over the period 1990-2004. Unlike research on non-financial firms, the impacts of independent directors, managerial share ownership, and independent blockholders on bank merger purchase premiums in this environment are likely to be measured more consistently because of industry operating standards and regulations. It is also the case that research on banks in this area has not received adequate attention. Our model controls for risk characteristics of the target and the acquiring banks, the deal characteristics, and the economic environment. The results are robust. Our results are consistent with those found for non-financial firms, and are consistent with the hypothesis that independent directors could provide an important internal governance mechanism for protecting shareholders" interests especially in large scale transactions such as mergers and takeovers. We also find results consistent with the conflict of interest argument, where top-tier managers tend to trade potential takeover gains in return for their own personal benefits, such as job security and other employment related perquisites. Our overall findings would support policies that promote independent outside directors on the board of commercial banking firms in order to provide protection for shareholders and investors at large..

Edition Notes

StatementElijah Brewer III, William E. Jackson III, and Julapa A. Jagtiani.
SeriesRWP -- 07-13
ContributionsJackson, William E., Jagtiani, Julapa., Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Research Division.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22649160M
LC Control Number2008613008

From corporate responsibility to jobs, you can expect more from Target. Read about our history, values and mission. The potential consequences of M&A activity loom large to companies and to their boards. It is commonly in the board’s interest to emphasize the importance of, and to oversee, a well-thought out M&A plan, including the often-overlooked post-merger integration. M&A: The intersection of due diligence and governance. Deloitte U.S. May

MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND RESTRUCTURING: TYPES, REGULATION, AND PATTERNS OF PRACTICE. John C. Coates IV. Forthcoming in Oxford Handbook on Corporate Law and Governance. Discussion Paper No. 07/ Harvard Law School. Cambridge, MA This paper can be downloaded without charge from: The Harvard John M. Olin Discussion Paper Series.   DOI: /ijfe CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, BANK MERGERS AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION,,† YAN LIU, CAROL PADGETT and SIMONE VAROTTO ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, UK ABSTRACT Using a sample of US bank mergers from to , we observe that the pre-post merger changes in CEO bonus are signif- icantly negatively related to the.

The target companies in private M&A transactions include S.p.A.s and, most commonly, limited liability companies (Società a responsabilità limitata – “S.r.l.”), whose corporate capital is divided into quotas. The ICC applies to both public and private M&A transactions, while the TUF governs transactions involving listed companies. Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are transactions in which the ownership of companies, other business organizations, or their operating units are transferred or consolidated with other an aspect of strategic management, M&A can allow enterprises to grow or downsize, and change the nature of their business or competitive position.. From a legal point of view, a merger is a legal.


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Target"s corporate governance and bank merger payoff by Elijah Brewer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Target's corporate governance and bank merger payoffs. means of payment, and whether the mergers were interstate or intrastate have been found to be. Target market-to-book-value of equity. Target's Corporate Governance and Bank Merger Payoffs for their growth prospects with the price-to-book (P/B) (two years before) ratio.

value-maximizing behavior that may be manifested in. Target’s Corporate Governance and Bank Merger Payoffs 1. Introduction and Summary The last decade has witnessed an unprecedented pace of bank mergers and acquisitions.

Between andthe number of bank mergers and acquisitions averaged about per year compared to per year over the period As a result, the. Abstract.

Commercial bank merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions are especially informative for analyzing the impact of differing corporate governance structures on the balance of corporate control between managers and by: 5. Downloadable. Commercial bank merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions are especially informative for analyzing the impact of differing corporate governance structures on the balance of corporate control between managers and shareholders.

We exploit these special characteristics to investigate the balance of control between top-tier managers and shareholders using data from bank M&A. the impact of the target’s corporate governance structure on the purchase premium paid by the acquirer, and on the target and acquirer shareholders’ abnormal returns around the merger and acquisition (M&A) announcement date.

Our sample includes all mergers of publicly traded banking firms during the period corporate governance Proxy Statement MB. corporate governance documents. Primary governance documents. Corporate Governance Guidelines Purpose, responsibilities and composition of Target Corporation's Board committees.

More about Board Committees. code of ethics. The chapter discusses in detail the CEO compensation and agency costs. The chapter also discusses in detail corporate governance and the divestiture decision; it highlights the fact that better corporate governance enhances shareholder wealth and that the market tends to respond better to M&A by companies with better corporate governance.

By investigating the extent to which target directors bargain in their own interests during negotiations between merging banks, we document a strong inverse relation between merger premium and target director retention.

This relation holds for both executive (inside) directors and independent outside directors, and other governance mechanisms of targets and bidders fail to diminish this finding.

1 Abstract This nine page paper on Corporate Governance In Banks Undergoing Merger And Acquisition presents a case on banks that have recently undergone the process of M&A in Pakistan and the steps these banks should take in order to encompass corporate governance to ensure higher profitability and employees’ satisfaction.

of corporate governance on the outcome of bank mergers and acquisitions. This study attempts to fill in the void and provide more insight into this paradigm by investigating the relationship between corporate governance and cross-sectional variation of cumulative abnormal returns (CARs hereafter) of target banks surrounding M&A announcements.

The editorial team of the publishing house “Virtus Interpress” has prepared the list of empirical papers published in Corporate Ownership and Control journal during last few years devoted to the questions of Mergers and Acquisitions.

We hope that the below-mentioned collection of papers will be useful for those scholars pursuing research in the field of corporate governance (specifically. 1. Introduction. Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have always been an interesting topic amongst finance professionals and academic scholars.

Over the last 40 years, a considerable number of papers have been published on M&As. Research areas under M&As include bidding success, premiums paid, payment methods and performance after mergers (eg. Bank of America: A Lesson in Poor Corporate Governance 05/11/ pm ET Updated Back in the old days, getting board.

Sometimes poor corporate governance make companies potential targets for activist investors. This week, I'm highlighting two companies with poor corporate governance. Corporate Governance matters, the Corporate Secretary, are charged with responsibility for establishing effective communications with the Corporation’s stakeholders.

The Lead Independent Director, if appointed, shall be available for consultation and direct communication with major shareholders as appropriate. Committees A. Board Committees. 4. Corporate governance indices. In this section we describe our calculation of industry-specific corporate governance indices.

Our starting point is the country-specific indices of shareholder rights and accounting standards from La Porta et al. ().As Bris and Cabolis () discuss, these indices describe the initial corporate governance environment of target and acquirer in a cross.

Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate Governance arise in the case of the target (e.g. the use and abuse of takeover defenses, the role change-of-control compensation contracts, the role of various Delaware court rulings, the role of alternative constituency statutes). This Chapter will primarily.

Corporate Governance, Bank Mergers and Executive Compensation. Abstract. Using a sample of US bank mergers from towe observe that the pre-post merger changes in CEO bonus are significantly negatively related to the strength of corporate governance within the bidding bank. This suggests that bonus compensation is not consistent.

Key words: merger, acquisition, target CEO, corporate governance. When Target CEOs Contract with Acquirers: Evidence from Bank M&A The importance of the post-merger status of the target chief executive officer (CEO) is in a sample of bank mergers during the period Was the above exchange between.

In the paper Corporate Governance Structure and Mergers, which was recently made publicly available on SSRN, we examine the balance of control between top-tier managers and shareholders using data from bank mergers over the period Several studies have investigated the role of independent outside directors at nonfinancial firms.merger is a business combination in which the acquiring firm absorbs a second firm, and the acquiring firm remains in business as a combination of the two merged firms.

The acquiring firm usually maintains its name and identity. Mergers are legally straightforward because there is usually a single bidder and payment is made primarily with stock.Managing Merger and Acquisition Compliance •Interim Procedures –Consolidating cash transactions for CTRs –Cashing “on-us” checks for both banks •Within 60 days of Acquisition Date –Notify FEMA of any change in servicer of a loan.